iQOO 7 Officially Announced: With Snapdragon 888, Real Photo Samples

iQOO 7 will be officially released at 19:30 on January 11, and some samples have been posted on the official Weibo recently. iQOO 7 will be equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chip, with an enhanced version of LPDDR5 and an enhanced version of UFS 3.1 storage, and the standard 120W fast charge for all systems.

The lens proofs include road 66 in Zhongwei, Ningxia, motorcyclists in the Tengger Desert, and small lizards in the Tengger Desert under the macro lens.

In terms of performance, the official said that Snapdragon 888 will bring 135% of graphics performance, the enhanced version of LPDDR5 memory will bring 113.2% of reading speed, and the enhanced version of UFS 3.1 flash memory will bring 117.3% of random write speed. In addition, 120W fast charging can fully charge the phone in 15 minutes.

The machine has also appeared in the Antutu running score database, with a final score of 752935 points, which exceeds the previous Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 reference design prototype running score (735439).

Earlier this month, iQOO has already released the real machine photos of the new machine iQOO 7 and announced that the machine will become the official KPL machine, equipped with Qualcomm’s latest flagship platform Snapdragon 888.

The super cup of the phone will still adopt the rear three-camera, cloud-level module design, cancel the super-outsole GN1 sensor, and replace it with a normal outsole main camera. The middle cup and the big cup are also triple shots, and unnecessary shots are eliminated.

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In other respects, iQOO 7 now seems to have passed the national 3C certification and supports 120W fast charging. There is also news that iQOO 7 will be equipped with Vivo’s new operating system OriginOS.

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